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After 20 Years Hospital Tries to Stop Paying Workers' Compensation Benefits

Saffren and Weinberg - Personal Injury Attorneys

Jenkintown's Ken Saffren Obtains Justice for Workers' Compensation Client in a unique case that was 20 years in the making.

Medical treatment facilities and insurance companies will do everything that they can to try and save money, including cutting your workers' compensation short.”
— Ken Saffren, Partner

JENKINTOWN, PA, UNITED STATES, February 15, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ --
Ken Saffren of Jenkintown, PA's Saffren & Weinberg works to obtain justice for those who have been hurt on the job. Over the years, Ken Saffren and the rest of his team have been able to obtain tens of millions of dollars in settlements for those who have suffered injuries at work.


At Saffren & Weinberg, Ken Saffren, Attorney, specializes in workers' compensation cases along with personal injury litigation and social security. His firm also deals with cases involving property damage, wrongful death, product liability, and medical malpractice.


Recently, Attorney Saffren was able to help a client receive a favorable settlement on a workers' compensation case. The client had been out of work and on workers' compensation for the better part of twenty years. The defendant's hospital recently filed a termination petition/suspension petition against the client which had to be fought in court.


The workers' compensation judge came back with the result ordering that the hospital should continue to pay the claimant's workers' compensation benefits plus continued to pay for her medical treatment.


According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, over 3 million accidents occur on the job every year. Medical treatment facilities and insurance companies will do everything that they can to try and save money, including cutting your workers' compensation short.


The workers' compensation judge came back with the result ordering that the hospital should continue to pay the claimant's workers' compensation benefits plus continued to pay for her medical treatment.


Ken Saffren, Lawyer, of Jenkintown and Marc Weinberg, Attorney are partners of Jenkintown's Saffren & Weinberg. The team works to improve the situations and lives of those who have been involved in accidents on the job. Known to many as "The People's Voice in Court", Saffren & Weinberg make themselves available on the website or via phone at 215-576-0100. Saffren & Weinberg provides a no-charge, complimentary case review and is more than happy to answer any questions you may have.


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Ken Saffren, Partner
Saffren & Weinberg
215 576-0100
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